Home » Tag Archives: midterm elections

Tag Archives: midterm elections

Mike DeWine takes Governor race

Mike DeWine was elected Governor of Ohio Tuesday night, keeping the Ohio governorship in Republican hands. Dubbed as one of the closest governor’s races in the country, DeWine, attorney general under Governor John Kasich, won by 7 percentage points over Democrat Richard Cordray. “I want ...

Read More »

State Issue 1 projected to fall in midterm election

State Issue 1, a proposed state constitutional amendment to reduce penalties for low-level drug offenders, is projected to emphatically lose in Tuesday’s midterm election. With 54.87 percent of precincts reporting, 65.08 percent of voters have rejected the proposal while only 34.92 percent have supported it. ...

Read More »

Sherrod Brown secures six more years

Democrat Sherrod Brown retained his Senate seat defeating Republican challenger U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci with 59 percent of the vote to Renacci’s 39 percent, according to unofficial results. Brown’s win comes after a race that was never considered particularly close. Polling since March showed Brown ...

Read More »

Recent Ohio State graduates make election runs

While one recent Ohio State alumnus running for state office in Tuesday’s election saw victory, another saw defeat. Niraj Antani, a spring 2013 graduate, won his bid for state representative of Ohio’s 42nd House District. Antani was running against Democratic opponent Patrick Merris, who is ...

Read More »